Date(s) - Wednesday, September 19, 2018
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Robinson Nature Center
While school is out, join us to explore how humans and animals survive using materials found in nature. Become an experimental archaeologist studying the ways of Woodland Indian tribes: create pinch pots out of clay, see a flint-knapping demonstration, try your hand at making cordage and test out an atlatl and bow drill. During live animal presentations, discover how humans copy and adapt survival strategies of animals for our own use. Track a mystery animal through the woods, and practice building your own shelter!
$52 per child (add $10 for optional after-care from 3:30-5pm)
To register, call 410-313-0400 or click on the Ticket URL.